Accounting 1: Program #6 – “Intro to Debits and Credits”
With loads of businesses looking to save money by outsourcing accounting services to qualified individuals, certified public accountants can make a solid income.
Starting a CPA business from home requires relatively low overhead, but it may take a time to land the clients needed to turn a profit. You can market your services through networking, and you might consider starting your business part time until it gets off the ground.
While you can be an accountant without CPA certification, CPAs have a strong advantage over their noncertified peers. Visit the American Institute of CPAs website for information on specific state requirements.
"Intro to Debits and Credits"